The only pink door downtown

Frost Impressions held their grand opening on Fri. Nov. 4, 2022, and this boutique, owned by Annie Frost, has been growing ever since. 

Walk through the only pink door in the Historical Shopping District of Downtown Wapakoneta and find trendy and affordable women's apparel and accessories. These trendy go to's are for all ages. When people shop at this new establishment, they always comment to Frost that the prices are good, and that the apparel and accessories are amazing.

Frost was born and raised in Wapakoneta and has always been an entrepreneur. She is a marketing director for a company in Lima, the youngest board member on the Mercy Health Foundation board. Frost is married to Taylor Frost, and they have two children, Avery Frost, 3 years old and Baker Frost, 6 months old. She attended Bowling Green State University, where Frost received her bachelor’s degree in Science in Technology, studying Visual Communication Technology, specializing in Graphic Design, sales, marketing, and business, along with photography. 

She has her own line of Frost Tee's, and she can put any logo or graphic on a different color of sweatshirt, t-shirt, or hat, offering a custom design, even though pink is the theme of the store.  

“I love creating different conversations with my customers and sending smiles out the door. I truly love what I do,” Frost commented.

Frost has had exceptional reviews and feedback on her sites with over 160 on her Facebook site and 48 on google.

“Stopped in here for the first time and the store was absolutely amazing. Frost Impressions are everything and we will definitely be back. Everyone who hasn’t came needs to come.” Came from Trena Sandy, who left a review on google a month ago, with a five-star rating.

“I love this place… walked in for one thing and ended up with a full outfit.” Came from Missy Dudgeon, who recommends Frost Impressions and left a review on Frost Impression’s Facebook page.

Not only does the pink pop, it holds a special meaning for Frost, it is her daughter's favorite color but during Frost's senior year of high school her grandmother, Becky Mosler, was lost to stage four breast cancer. Mosler was loved by all and Frost's best friend. 

"I wish she was here to see where I am today and how far I've come," Frost shared about her grandmother.

Frost never thought she'd own a boutique but loves all the customers that are coming through her door. There are people coming from towns she's never heard of. Social media, the pink bags floating around town, and word of mouth are pulling people in from all over, even different states. 

While she has spent time making people look good through marketing and building their businesses, she's really making people look good with the products from Frost Impressions. 

She's so thankful for the support from the community and beyond and will be hiring soon adding to the team of Frost Impressions.